Egan, who previously served “X-Men” director Bryan Singer and three other industry execs with lawsuits, is at it again
Michael Egan is not done suing Hollywood.
Who it is exactly he’s suing this time, however, remains a mystery.
Egan, who in April sued “X-Men” director Bryan Singer for allegedly sexually abusing him starting in 1998, has thus far sued three other industry execs as well. In the new suit, Egan alleges that “John Doe” — whom he describes as a “Hollywood mogul” and former president of the Digital Entertainment Network (DEN) — abused him over 30 times, starting when he was 15 years old at the M&C Estate of Marc Collins-Rector and Chad Shackley, a TV studio and the defendant’s home. He alleges that the abuse included sodomy, oral copulation and fondling of the genitals.
The suit goes on to state that Egan was put on the payroll of the Digital Entertainment Network, and was in 2003 coerced to sign documents stating that the abuse never took place.
Pamela Chelin contributed to this report.